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July 18, 2018

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September 28, 2015
I'm sorry for your loss. Death is to be brought to nothing. (1 Corinthians 15:26)
September 22, 2015
Jim was a friend and co-worker. I enjoyed working with him. He was a hard worker. He helped me numerous times throughout our careers. I came to know his family thru his eyes as he shared stories and adventures of his life. He will be missed.
September 21, 2015
My sympathy goes out to the family during your time of grief. May God's loving-kindness comfort you and help you through this difficult time. (Psalm 119:50,76)
September 20, 2015
As I have shared previously, Jim did really enjoy life. He was a wonderful cousin, who delighted in his younger cousins and would oftentimes spend time with us when we came to visit his family home. He visited our family a couple of times when we lived in California. I remember his smile, his laugh, his intelligence and his ethics. He quite the Stanford football team, because they didn't want him to be a student first. I will always remember when my husband Rick met him the first time. Jim was a stay at home Dad, navigating the ins and outs of that position in an Idaho society that really didn't know what to think of him. That didn't matter to him, though, because he knew the value of his job and place in his home and community. The last time I saw Jim, we met at a neighborhood restaurant for Asain cuisine. He was well known in that environment, and knew exactly what we should order. It was a joy for him to share this environment with him. I am sorry for his loss. He will be missed.